Unique Backs for iPhones: Distinctive Customization

Unique Backs for iPhones: Distinctive Customization

Range Govindan
Nov 15, 2011

With everyone from your mom to your sister having an iPhone, it makes sense trying to find some unique customizations for your own personal iPhone, distinguishing it from all of the others around you. Using custom backs isn't something new, but they've become pretty easy to install, allowing for wider appeal.

1. Killspencer Zebrawood Veil: This new back from Killspencer looks quite interesting, especially since it's got this interesting pattern on the back. It's a lot cheaper than the one from JackBacks ($30), so you won't spend too much on a custom option. The back is handmade in the USA. It comes in black and ebony as well.

2. Decals: If you don't like messing around with the innards of your precious phone, then you can choose from a variety of different decals to customize the back of yours. The Polaroid and the retro gaming decals are just an example of what's available.

3. JackBacks Wooden Back: This option is a bit expensive, but the resulting look can be quite desirable, especially when you choose the $99 model with the custom etching.

4. Add Metal Back: If you love your MacBook Pro's all-aluminum finish, then pairing it with a metal back for your iPhone makes sense. The metal back used in this install came from here, but now there are others available.

5. Transparent Back: Do you like having see-through tech? You can take the first step by replacing the back of your iPhone with a transparent back.

iDevice Decals
iPhone Cases That Think They Are Cameras
The Polaroid iPhone Decal

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